Imran Arif


Imran is a co-learner, researcher, writer and facilitator, with over 10 years of experience working in the education sector, both as a qualified teacher and as a Higher Education lecturer in the Social Sciences. He holds a Master’s degree in Education, and works with a number of practices, including Art of Hosting training, to help co-produce and develop: organisations, programmes and processes, collective and individual change; and create opportunities for reflexive learning. He has been involved in: community-based research and evaluation, inter-faith work across divided groups, co-production of service provision development in the NHS, racial justice works to enable change to government policies and to structures in workers-unions, and solidarity work in international development and education.